"Charlie Dreams Big"


Charlie Moldavon may only be 41 weeks old, but he's already dreaming big. On his Instagram account, Charlie Dreams Big, you can find photo documentation of little C's growth in which his natural position is incorporated into an amazing digital sketch drawing every week.

Charlie's parents, Amanda and Dave, told us they wanted to think of a special way to share Charlie's growth with friends and family: "We were racking our brains to come up with a concept . . . When nothing was working, Dave opened up a photo in Adobe Illustrator and began to play around with different ideas and ended up with Charlie's week one picture."

Photograph and content source: http://www.popsugar.com/moms/Charlie-Dreams-Big-Baby-Documentation-Instagram-Account-40475169#photo-40475169

Awesome Hand Made Rag Dolls. You will Fall in LOVE!

Our #1 Toy pick for holiday gifting...drum roll...Hand Made Rag Dolls.

1. AntonAnton Things

Leticia is an artist and doll maker living in Madrid. The simple body shapes and embroidered features on her dolls make them a perfect canvas for whimsical embellishment. Browse through Leticia’s shop on Etsy and pick up a doll for someone special (or for yourself because you’re special, too, you know!).

2. Humble Toys

Humble Toys is a handmade doll business by Anwen Sutherland, an Ontario-based artist. Like Alia Grace, Anwen combines all sorts of different media in her dolls (I love how dolls are like little canvases to be decorated). Follow Humble Toys on Facebook to see the process unfold, and purchase a doll in Anwen’s shop on Etsy.

3. Alia Grace

Alia Grace Diaz is a doll maker living in Philadelphia. She combines all different media in her work – sewing, knitting, drawing, and beading – and enjoys making fashionable clothing for each of her dolls, too. Check out Alia Grace on Instagram and buy a doll in her shop on Etsy.

Photograph and content source: http://whileshenaps.com/2015/09/awesome-handmade-toys-rag-dolls.html

Halloween Goth Burger by Burger King

That's right, even Burger King's playing dress-up this year and taking a cue from their Japanese franchises by creating a spooky, all-black burger. And while the infamous Japanese version had black cheese and sauce in addition to black buns, the American version is keeping it just to the buns, which are dyed with A1 steak sauce.

Photograph and content source: http://www.papermag.com/2015/09/burger_king_is_bringing_goth_b.php